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The Kids Are All Right (2010)
I was about to pull out my gun...
...and shoot myself in the head, but luckily the credits rolled before I could. I don't even know why I bothered. The whole movie just didn't appeal to me. So what it's about two gay mothers who's kids are a 15 year old rebel and an 18 year old goodie two shoes? Mia Wasikowska was much better in the Alice in Wonderland remake. This film just depressed me to the very end. I thought it had some potential, but it was just disappointing. The short haired one was such a nag to the end and well at least her acting was great, but her character was just terrible. The red head was a ditzy middle aged woman who didn't like her wife's nagging so she cheats on her with their sperm donor who just happens to be a motorcycle riding big shot. One depressing moment after another. Maybe others liked this film and thought it was beautiful, but I thought it was just garbage. I would have given this a 0/10, but it had decent acting and that's why I gave it the rating I did. You don't have to agree with me, but this film was just a disappointment. Great actors in a crappy plot.
Out of Jimmy's Head (2007)
Why Cartoon Network? Why?
Just as bad as Re-Animated. Changing Craig and Robin's actors was probably the only good thing (because they were a TAD better than the ones in reanimated). Let's think of ways it rips off of other shows. So the show focuses on a kid who was hit by a train (sort of a rip off of My Name is Earl (way funnier than this sh*t)). He gets a new brain, which is the brain of Milt Appleday (basically the whole idea is Walt Disney). Now I'm honestly not a Disney fan, but I'd take those over this. Anyway, a guy named Sonny who turns out to be Milt's son is trying to steal the brain with lame ideas that blow up in his face (Rip off of Looney Tunes?). The sister is an alien, adopted by an astronaut who is Jimmy's mother, and his father is the principal of his school. All of these feel like a ripoff of Family Guy (wacky dysfunctional family) and American Dad (alien relative). And last, and maybe least you have Jimmy, who's the kid that got a new brain after being hit by a train. He sees random cartoon characters who do nothing, but bounce around in his head and contribute nothing to him, but annoyance and bad advice. But, that's not the worst part. The fact that it aired on Cartoon Network AT ALL is bad. It's called Cartoon Network for a reason. It's not supposed to air live- action crap like Nickelodeon does. The laugh track wasn't a good thing it just made the show worse than it already was. So you'd think Cartoon Network would've learned after this, but they didn't. Now we've got the Annoying Orange to go with it. Man, I miss good old Cartoon Network that only aired cartoons and not live-action programming with acting that makes any TV made Syfy Channel or Steven Seagal movie look like gold. If I could vote this 0 I would, but it's not happening. Seriously, Jimmy's actor was better off on ER. I'm sure everyone's happy this was cancelled.
Marvin Marvin (2012)
And I thought Spongebob was poison...
...but this is just ridiculous. Yet another Nickelodeon sitcom that has nothing to show for itself, but that it's utter crap. This show makes Out of Jimmy's Head (which was awful) look like gold. I have nothing personal against Lucas Cruikshank, but the truth is if he's starring in something, odds are it's going to be terrible like the Fred series (although his cameo in iCarly (way better than this) was a little funny). The idea that an alien tries to adapt to life on earth idea has been used over and over (Sym-Bionic Titan, Invader Zim, American Dad which are all better than this pile of garbage). I can live with the idea, but that doesn't excuse how terrible the acting is. Like I said before nothing personal against Lucas Cruikshank, but the things he stars in are just awful. Now does he have potential? Maybe. Is he using that possible potential? No. Can he do better? Definitely. So Lucas, calm down, stop being all annoying and/or squeaky voiced, and actually use your talent that you (might) have and ditch this crap you've been working on for something better.
Teen Titans Go! (2013)
Yeah, not what I wanted when I wanted Teen Titans back
I know this is meant for kids, but that doesn't excuse how bad it is. The animation is so bad it makes animation on shows like Bob's Burgers and South Park look high tech. The characters are also too different. For example, in the original show Robin was very serious about his job being the leader and all, only joking around when there's no trouble or if it's already handled, in this one he's too laid back and at one point blowing off his job for some time on the sofa. Raven in the original was darker and smiled MUCH LESS than she does in this one. In this one she smiles way too much, she tells too many jokes and gives too many joking ultimatums. Beast Boy and Cyborg are also out of character in their own ways, Starfire is sort of in character, but her attitude just doesn't feel right. So anyone who agrees with me that this is trash and the old one was way better will find this review helpful.
The Mighty B! (2008)
I have a huge headache.
Seriously, I can't stand how annoying this show is. I thought I would like it because of the fact that Amy Poehler is the main voice and one of the creators, but boy was I wrong. I couldn't even watch 2 minutes of it without getting annoyed by the bad dialogue. It was like watching Allen Gregory all over again. I thought I would like that because Jonah Hill made it, but it sucked hard because of how much it aggravated me with the characters!
All it did was make me mad how much annoyance was in the show, it's like the creators weren't even trying to make this show good, it was like they were trying to make it annoying on purpose.
A nice look at how my life is
I was a huge fan of Total Drama, before it changed writers and caught Jerry Springer syndrome after Season 2 (Jerry Springer syndrome meaning got too repetitive and unfunny).
6teen is a good look into my life. It's an adventure on how 6 teenagers try to make the best of their teen years. The teens are like a mesh up of the cast from Scrubs and the cast of Community. These teens try to cope with adult life. As I mentioned above Total Drama will never be the same again, and Stoked was awful! 6teen has a good storyline and even teaches me how to cope with adulthood. To revive it would be like betraying it's specialty, however I do wish it was syndicated more often. It had to end eventually, but it was just looking for a good way to end.
Total Drama Island (2007)
Total Drama Island started out great. It had good flow and good memories. I thought it was awesome. Total Drama Action was better because of how they were able to make use of their writing skills. I thought it would be better after Season 2, but I was wrong. Season 3 was sh*t because singing was their main focus, it was like watching a stupid kids show, seriously the change of writers ruined it. Season 4 improved from Season 3's failure, but was still crap due to how short it was, and how the jokes used were one's that were dead and done. I hope for the best that Season 5 turns out to be as good as the first two seasons.
Season 1: 8.5/10
Season 2: 8.7/10
Season 3: 3.1/10
Season 4: 5.7/10
Season 5: TBD
Family Guy (1999)
My Updated Review
Well, after seeing more and more of these newer episodes, I just have to say that they feel energetic and more clever. The reviewers that are saying Family Guy sucks now are just probably looking for something good to dis. Family Guy did not plummet after Season 4, or even Season 8 for that matter. These newer episodes have so far had good plots, with a few good sight gags. They have definitely improved themselves, because they want these negative reviewers to stop talking bad about this show and see it for what it really is, clever gags and hilarious comedy, I mean yes they do have an excessive amount of musical numbers which everyone loathes. But, this time they've cut back on them this time. Anyway, these last three or four episodes have done much better than any other episode. Soon Family Guy will get the movie treatment, and that'll be fun to watch. With the amount of improvement they've made since the negative reviewers dissed them too much, I'm glad. And if these people keep dissing them I don't know what they'll pull. Face it you negative review writing jerks, Family Guy won't end, not this time (at least until Seth MacFarlene dies). So stop making pointless reviews that are obviously just because you want to dis something successful. Still 10/10 stars!
Drawn Together (2004)
Clone High all over again
I finally saw some episodes of Drawn Together. I love it! Remember Clone High? Well this show mirrors it. Replicating characters from other media, like Clone High replicated big names in real life. The amount of vulgarity is amazing. I thought South Park, and Brickleberry had pushed it to that limit, but Drawn Together has more vulgarity than both of those shows.
To put it simply, f*ckin' hilarious!
Why'd Comedy Central cancel it, to keep it from emerging. There were shows like Clone High, King of the Hill, Futurama (before it was thankfully revived), Unsupervised, Stroker and Hoop, Frisky Dingo, Arrested Development, My Name is Earl, Mission Hill, and Family Guy (before it was thankfully revived) that got cut down in their prime. Drawn Together was one of those.
Kaubôi bibappu (1998)
I wish I had seen this earlier
I am a huge fan of Futurama. This anime is another show set in the future that I like. But it's completely different. Futurama has a comedic setting in it's show, while Cowboy Bebop is actually an anime that makes me laugh despite it's genre of action/drama. Spike Spiegel an awesome protagonist who is your typical laid back tough guy, Faye Valentine the sexy deuteragonist who has an unusual outfit as well as an odd personality which is confusing, Jet Black (remember Victor Vance from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories? Well that's basically what Jet Black is) also he has a robotic arm because he lost his real one, Edward Tivrusky IV (who I didn't know if she was a boy or a girl at first, but figured it out LOL) A little hyperactive teenager who is normally all over the place with her run on speaking and bouncy attitude. She's always literally all over the place. Ein is the dog who apparently is supposed to do things itself according to Valentine. Overall, this show is one of the best animes to watch. My only problem with it is how it airs at 3:00 AM and I'm normally asleep by then (thankfully DVR's exist). The only episode I didn't remotely like was Episode 13: Jupiter Jazz (Part 2). This anime is definitely recommended for anyone who likes the futuristic adventures of a group of Bounty Hunters.